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  • FCT Budgets N530m for Inclusive Education In 7 Public Schools

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    The Federal Capital Territory Secondary Education Board (FCT SEB), has budgeted about N530m to ensure that seven models schools, in all the FCT Area Councils are educationally inclusive to students living with disabilities. The budget covers infrastructural and educational material for the selected schools. Special Education Teacher on Intellectual Disability, Maryann Onye made this known…

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  • ECOWAS Plans To Sensitise Border Officials On Free Movement

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    Speaker of the ECOWAS Parliament, Honourable Moustapha Cisse Lo, has said ECOWAS will conduct visits to the west African borders to sensitise border officials on the community’s provisions on the free movement of goods and person in the region. The decision which arrived after the screening of the short documentary, Taxi CEDEAO, which highlights border…

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    ECOWAS Authority Power Of Oversight Adds Nothing To Democratic Governance In W/A – Legal Expert

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    Legal practitioner and expert on the ECOWAS Laws and treatises, Barrister Kenneth Ukoha, has said that an ECOWAS Authority of Heads of States that has oversight functions over the expenditures and revenues of the community adds nothing to the democratic governance in Africa. Barrister Ukoha reacting to the enhanced powers of the ECOWAS Parliament which…

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  • Signing Bill On Disability Into Law My Priority, Says Minister

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    At the International Day of Persons Living With Disability (IDPLWD), the minister of Women Affairs and Social Development, Senator Aisha Jummai Alhassan said signing into law The Nigeria Disability Bill, is her priority. However, social experts on issues of person with disabilities indicated the above cannot be achieved without concerted efforts of all PLWDs community,…

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  • Why Higher Institutions Should Be Assisted For Local Manufacturing

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    To further encourage cost-effective local manufacturing and innovations targeted at specific needs of Nigerian consumers, the academia has called for improved funding of research and innovation at educational institutions in the country. It equally enjoined organisations to invest in their host communities as a way of effectively bridging the gap between the academia and entrepreneurial…

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  • Abuja Varsity Signs MoU With Central State Varsity, Ohio

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    As part of efforts to promote intellectual exchanges with international focus between students and faculty members,the University of Abuja yesterday signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Central State University(CSU),Ohio,United States. The bilateral collaboration which was facilitated by the African Leadership Institute,USA (ALIUSA), is aimed at assisting African institutions and those in the United States to…

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  • Abuja Varsity Signs MoU With Central State Varsity, Ohio

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    As part of efforts to promote intellectual exchanges with international focus between students and faculty members,the University of Abuja yesterday signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Central State University(CSU),Ohio,United States. The bilateral collaboration which was facilitated by the African Leadership Institute,USA (ALIUSA), is aimed at assisting African institutions and those in the  United States to…

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  • Dazuki Vs FG: Where Does ECOWAS’ Jurisdiction End?

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    Since the ECOWAS Court of Justice judgment on the case of retired Colonel Sambo Dasuki vs Federal Government of Nigeria, ordering the former’s release on grounds of the violation of his local and international human rights, several controversies have emerged over Nigeria’s compliance with the ruling, the extent of the court’s jurisdiction, and its many…

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